Banning Dental Care and Skin
Our Corporate Dental Plan is a great perk for an employee. It’s good for them and it’s good for the company
that employ them too.
Less time off. Less admin. Less expense.
For a start, it cuts down on time taken off work for trips to the dentist (we have appointments available on
evenings and Saturdays and even Sundays, and employees can get to us outside normal work hours). It reduces
administration by HR departments as well as by the employee. Whereas dental insurance involves paying for the
treatment, getting a receipt, filling in a claim form and sending it to the insurance company, our corporate plan
requires none of the above.
Benefits for the employer
- Reduces the time employees spend away from the workplace for dental visits
- Very little administration for the HR department
- Can be used as part of a rewards scheme
- Inexpensive and cost-effective
- Contributing to the health and well-being of the work force
Benefits for the employee
- Preferential access to early morning to late evening appointments, including appointments on Saturdays and
- Same-day appointments for emergencies (including sports injuries)
- All of our dentists are experienced and we have all major specialities available in Dentistry
- No pre-joining examination
- Covers all dental work and excludes no treatment
- Benefit from extensive guarantee on the work we provide including lifetime warranty on dental implants
- Receive exclusive offers and have priority access to new treatment modalities as part of our Skin and Beauty
range of treatments
Commencement and duration
Eligibility: The plan can operate with a minimum of 5
Dental fitness: Employees do not have to be dentally fit in order to join
The employee shall be entitled to treatment from the date of receipt on the first monthly payment. The company
issues one payment each month for all employees who are members. Any deductions are made through the company
payroll. The company is required to provide a list of all members each month, highlighting any leavers and new
The firm is required to give 3 months written notice to the practice before removing an employee from the plan.
Each employee must join the plan for a minimum of one year. The firm is required to give 6 months written notice
to the practice before withdrawing from the plan completely.